Princess Pulverizer
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    Grilled Cheese and Dragons: Princess Pulverizer, Book 1 | Nancy Krulik

    Grilled Cheese and Dragons: Princess Pulverizer, Book 1

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    • By Nancy Krulik
    • Narrated By Imogen Wilde
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    Princess Serena (or, as she prefers, Princess Pulverizer) doesn't want to be a princess - she wants to be knight! But her father, King Alexander of Empiria, thinks that she still has a lot to learn when it comes to exhibiting valiant behavior. So he presents a challenge: the princess must first go on a Quest of Kindness to prove that she truly deserves to go to knight school. With the help of a friendly dragon named Dribble and a perpetually terrified knight-in-training named Lucas, can she complete her quest and discover what it truly takes to be a hero?

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    Worse, Worser, Wurst: Princess Pulverizer, Book 2 | Nancy Krulik

    Worse, Worser, Wurst: Princess Pulverizer, Book 2

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    There's trouble in the kingdom of Salamistonia! Ever since an evil wizard kidnapped Lester the jester, laughter and smiles have disappeared. Now Princess Pulverizer has the perfect opportunity to complete the next good deed on her Quest of Kindness: a rescue mission! With her friends Lucas and Dribble by her side, can Princess Pulverizer defeat the wizard, free Lester, and bring fun back to Salamistonia?

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